Patrick Phillips is a New Vice president of Celtic Bank

Patrick Phillips is a New Vice president of Celtic Bank
17.02.2017 10:30 am

Patrick Phillips is a New Vice president of Celtic Bank

Banking , People Moves

Celtic Bank is pleased to report that Patrick Phillips has joined as a Vice President, Business Development in the bank's SBA and Commercial Lending Department. Patrick will be responsible for New Mexico and will run markets across all 50 states.

"We certainly feel fortunate to have Patrick join our team," said Jim Harris, Business Development SVP. "He has a well-established reputation as a high performer in the SBA lending community. Patrick combines professionalism with a very impressive array of financial skills. It is obvious that he genuinely cares about the small business owners that he assists." 

Patrick has an extensive experience in the industry and is looking forward to build more meaningful and lasting relationships through the financial services offered here at Celtic Bank.



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